Who will we share this with?
Sometimes time banks need to share your information with other members. They will only do this when it is necessary as part of their standard operation, or if required to do so by law. Time banks should not share your data under any other circumstances without your express permission.
You may request to see a copy of the personal information a time bank holds about you. The law also provides you with other rights regarding your information including some around; correction of inaccurate data, objection to processing, moving your information to somewhere else, and in some cases, getting your information deleted. If you are unhappy with the way your data is being handled, you need to contact your local time bank broker / administrator. If you are not satisfied with any response you may receive based on a complaint or concern about your personal information, you then have the option of contacting the Information Commissioners Office to take that complaint further. The Information Commissioners Office will want to see that you have raised a complaint with the time bank first and if you have received a response before contacting them directly. If you do wish to contact them, the address details can be found below:
The Information Commissioners Office, Wycliffe House
Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF